II. METAL SCULPTURES
I began to express movement with sculptures in easy-to-work-with copper wire whose motive is a particular static subject. So I committed to a path of movement -- which I have ceased to carry the expressive possibilities -- in classic style (See THROTTLE, the SNAIL, the VULTURE, etc.), then doing increasingly avant-garde research.
Note here the first expression of a flow that expands to describe a story with linear elements that compose it.
The building develops in the mind of a stream.